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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
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The M6 Proto Software is available as a whole aftermarket board or just a software reflash that replaces the stock software. It includes finer debounce increments, anti-mechanical bounce, and a new tournament lock system with external programming of the settings through the trigger. As with all Musashi 6 based products, five fire modes are present: unlimited rate of fire semi-automatic, capped semi-automatic, ramping PSP mode with adjustable ramp start, PSP burst mode, and NXL full-automatic. New with Musashi 6 is the addition of customizable Gangster breakout modes.

The upgrade is handled by The Matrix Center. You are required to mail in your Proto Matrix board to get it reflashed with the new software. Additional details are available at The Matrix Center's website at the link below.
Product Availability 
The Tadao Technologies Musashi 6 Proto Board is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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OzzMan1031 Monday, July 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
PM6 Stock Board
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix M6 - Main Marker
-Tadao M6 Board
-Hybrid Grind On/Off
-Hybrid Hedlok
-CP Rake Roller Trigger
-SP Freak
-Halo
-Crossfire 68/4500 low pressure tank
-Dye Rhino Cover

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-Shocktech Ball Detent
-SP Freak
-CP Direct Mount On/Off
-Halo
-Crossfire 68/4500 low pressure tank
-Dye Rhino Cover
Strengths: Easy To Install
Fast
Multiple Modes
Instant On
Customer Support
Price
Weaknesses: None
Review: I recently picked this board up to replace the PM6 stock board. I was debating between this and the Virtue Board. I spoke with a couple people at my local store who recommended the Tadao board.

Price - Although not cheap (I payed $125), the Tadoa boards are less expensive than the Virtue boards (running about $150). Although it's only a $25 difference, that's about a half a case of paint!

Installation - First thing I noticed was how easy it was to install. Basically, remove 2 screws from the existing board and drop in the new one replacing the 2 screws. That's it!

Multiple Modes - Changing modes is a piece of cake. No need to remove the grips, it's all controlled through the trigger. Pull and hold the trigger during start-up and now your in the customization mode. You can change any number of parameters aside from just the firing mode, including dwell, debounce, and others. I didn't change any of these settings, just played around with the fire modes. Semi unlimited, Semi limited (adjustable), PSP, PSP burst, and NXL modes are on the board.

Instant On - Another key advantage of this board is the instant on feature. As soon as you turn the marker on it's ready to shoot. Also, the LED's are clearer (easier to distinguish red and orange).

Customer Support - I had a question on the positioning of the 2 dip switches on the board that wasn't covered in the manual, so I e-mailed Will at Tadao, who responded to me very quickly (within an hour or so) with the answer to my question.

Fast - I was finally able to get to the field this past weekend, and wow, what a difference between the stock board and the Tadao. I was shooting ropes like I've never shot before. I tested Gangster Mode (an additional, non-tourney legal, breakout mode that sets the marker full auto for the first trigger pull (adjustable) then back to semi), in the chrono area and it's awesome.
Conclusion: Anyone who wants to shoot faster and/or have multiple mode options for different tournament series, this is the board for you. I would strongly recommend this product.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, July 3rd, 2006 at 3:59 pm PST
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